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THE SHEEP INDUSTRY. FLOCK RAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

TrTlftE SHEEP INDUSTRY. , L ?I -. . ? ? _SL« '., ''? FIX)CK RAMS. (From Hawkeswortu's Sheep and Wool.) Much attention is necessary when selecting rams, whether for the stud or for use in the ordinary breeding flock. For ordinary breeding pur lioses it is not expected that expen sive classic sires, or even second studs, cau be selected for use with ewes of the rank and file. What is wanted by the great majority of our pastoralists, especially those having limited or small holdings, are fairly good all round, useful sorts of rams. suitable for the class of country, as well as the class of ewes.' It is not to be expected that: rams to bo used In their ordinary flocks will bo fault less ; far from it, but they should have as few faults and be as evenly balanced in l-ody and covering as possible. The very bad points are: .\ji effeminate head, or a wether head, which indicates a weaker con stitution, and if introduced the priv geny means a weakly Hock with lit tle wool. The devil's grip m...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KNOW YOUR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

KNOW YOKR COWS. There are a great many dairymen who do not know the possibilities of their own cows. They seek to im prove their value as milk producers by buying new cows, instead of im proving the status of the old ones. True, new blood is to be desired, es pecially if it come?} through the pure-bred dairy sire, but much can ? be accomplished without waiting for a new herd to grow up. Seldom will any man sell good cows. Thu buyer has to take the culls or pay a price which places good cows beyond his reach. Much valuable time .is lost iu buying and selling many cows in the endeavour to get a few good ones; breed from the best only; test them to find out just what they are ; doing; raise the heifer calves from i the bast -cows, and. when old enough, 3 breed them in turn to a sire strong ] in. dairy blood. In this way. any | man can have a herd In a few years I that wiir be a credit, and' that will j make for him profit. I (Continued on page 7). I

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALT FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

£ SALT FOR SHKKP. i . Ther? exists i' most farmers' minds ] & dimly conceived idea that salt is 1 good i'or shoap, and w- at irregular j onteivais they supply it to them in i varying quantities; but probably few \ of them really understand the effect I this condiment huus upon the diges- I tioa. nor th-e actual need that exists j for it. j It is not an accidental '-raving that j caudee sheep to so eagerly devour | salt, but rather is it u real, physical I want that damands sa I i^i action. Hy- I drochloric acid is ojie of the chief j constituents of the gastric juices of i the stomach that play .-*- active a part-in digestion, and it is to help supply the chlorine of this acid that salt is necessary. It will l-e noticed that whan slieop hare not had salt for a long time they eat it in simply enonmous quantities. Tltta is because j tho supply of chlorine has become de pleted, nnd requires replenishing. Bo it is net- simply to lend variety or improve the flavor of food that sa...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEARS IN BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

TEARS IN BOOKS. It is not hard to understand why, when a book makes you laugh, you want, to read it, and to read it over, and over again. Hut it is rather puzzling to lind that one always en joys reading aud re-reading books that makes one want to cry. Wl:at can there bo in us that. likes to be made to feel unhappy? In real life we don't try to do thinirs that, will make u-.s snITcr — not at all! But there are books that you cannot think of, once you have read them, without tears coining to your eyes, and yet you will find that you love those books perbaj.s more than any others. To feel deeply is one of the best things in life; aud there, maybe, lies the explanation of why we do love sad stories. They make us unhappy in a way, but they do not leave be hind any bitterness or sense of per sona! loss. And they usually have a special beauty of their own.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

3 DOZ. P08T CflROS for 1/ (Post Free.) Assorted views of the Beauty Spots — of Sunny New South Wales. — SEND YOUR ORDHRS TO '. THE STOCK & STAT50M JOURNAL, j (BOX 72) 17 CASTLEREACH ST., SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

[?] a w ? _») CD ; s, ?i 5 §? Is ! »O : o -d I H OT CO S p CO CO ts -e o SP ?4-3 ,t-l ? ? ? cw O © 'in I [?] i PS o o i ct p OQ a- 2- o & - ?t- CD s 2? CD ^ . g g 1 3 ? --s o ? ! ? -° a O 2 SI s ^ I :; fD ? o ; &' ! ;?? ? g ; C3 v ' w' | ? ; to j Read the Advertisement on pages 8 & 9 of this Journal and you ?will probably i decide that you cannot afford to be -without it.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOLDEN FLEECE. SMALL WOOL-GROWERS AND THEIR CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

||! THE GOLDEN FLEECE. M BMAhh wool-ouowious and tiikiu curs. (For Hie 'I'rortncw.s' Journal.') (By 'Firo-brniid.') .. We arc constantly (wing tcld in , tlio r-ri-ss nmi l-y Minister.-!, Govern ment ollicinls nnrt tlio rcikm-mI public that tl.o nuin on the laud is tlio lmeklKUM' of tlio Jitnfo. Xo -lout)t he is, but be should by this time have developed quite .sullicienl verte bra for his requirements, and could ensily spare some time now towards, developing K;-ey matter in his mi nium and -in futiiio lie refpnvi! tr, as the brains of the .State. It. is of course not meant by this tbat the Inlander is devoid of wisdom; far from it, but be lias done eunuch digging for awhile and can well afford to devote seme time to the exercise of his thinking powers which are only dormant, not dead. One direction in which the thoughts of inlanders might well be turned is towards their wool clips so that they Jimy reason out for themselves how they can adopt better methods for the handling and disp...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTORAL PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

[?] ? M -& ? ' Bli 8' ^'pt-ANKTs-' . J For 'Tho Producers' Journal.' jL Z\ J The delegates bare couic and gone. The annual addresses have been de livered. The problems of the pns toralist uud of the land entire have been dlsc.usy.ed autl resolved nbout. Resolutions lnive gone on to the Mln S Islers who, in turn, have Bnitl their 1' Buy. And, after till, where are we? It was Plato who tried to prove fhtlf 1M'» \V!t*a I'irrrnlv I'fwntlnr-timt liml recognition. All that is, has been ; nil that can ever be, lias been. And there is nothing new under the sun. This probably applies to a large s number of the problems that have been talked about ami resolved about tl.i.s year. But these July . meetings will go down to posterity a.s the most important yet held in the history of our lauded Interests. Kaeh and every president will no doubt foel that he has said pome thing, supplied a spark, perhaps, to the train that should reaeli the dynamo and cause a start and a \ siir. 1'Tvory dele...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

NOT FAIR. ? Two boys who managed to be rather unriilv i'-i school so exaspera ted their teacher- that she requested : them to remain after hours and ! write their names one thousand ? times. They plunged into the task. ? Some fifteen minutes later one of ' them grow uneasy and began watch ing his companion in disgrace. Sud- J. denly the first one burst out with Jfo div-pnlr between bis soiis, and said to ^ the teacher: ''- ??'Taint fair, mum! His name's Bush, and mine's Schluttern:eyer.' \

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDEPENDENT EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

INDEPENDENT EDITOR.. A Rhodes story ^ 'Rhodes was, a. rather overbearing temper, n , / angry »* «'-?' article of Garrelt h, v .- ^ wns i-.iTit.or of tne '(,'upo Times, wh;-' ; ,. lrad ni-poarod i.n ilio 'Tirtios' the d- ' ,i before. Rhodes sa-!d something '-- -'? ?** ?( effect tlvit bo lind a right to Urk io * fairer play from a paper in which lit 1'^ took ho largo an interest.' . dairett r rosi) from tr:s seat mid, looking .- sf.ra.ii.dit at Mr. Uhodes, replied:—- I Hunk it is good for you, Mr. Rhodes, that your -pa par has an editor who doas not cira-o a damn if he pleases or (lispleuces you.1'

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

. [rwyyuiMWtjii iLytiuyiujii : . . ? 1 Is undoubtedly the Leather, of To-day. It wears better than any other covering, and costs less ; it will neither' burn, craclr, or peel off, and is easily cleaned. All Up-to-date Furniture Stores sell ' 'PANTASOTE' Covered Furniture. Beware of frauds and Imitations. Sole .Agemgs Cos* N.S.W.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPOSITE MILK TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

COMPOSITE MILK TESTING. For some years past, in all very large dairies, where great quantities of milk are received every day from different parties, the milk is usually paid for according to quality. This is an excellent method of purchasing milk, as well ns a fair one, as iu the manufacture of butter only the fat is of any use, and it also makes the farmer take a greater interest in bis herd, so as to 'produce the richest milk possible. To test a sample of each lot of milk separately every day would occupy a great deal of time, and be too much trouble, therefore the com posite test is made. For each party who sup-plies milk a glass bottle with a ground stopper is kept. ? As soon as the milk is delivered lit should first of all bestirred, and then an accurate quantity measured out and poured into the bottle, the cor rect amount being 1 cubic centi metre for every gallon delivered. Some shot should be placed in the bottom of each bottle, the object of this being to help to thoroughl...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

OUR wonderful BARGAIN PARCEL of books (fiction), containing 45 volumes by the beRt known Authois, we are offering for 20/-. The parcel contains books as follows: — 10 (Ten) Three shilling and sixpenny ... £1 15 0 10 (Ten) Two shlling and sixpenny ... 1 5 0 10 (Ten) Two shillings ? 10 0 15 (Fifteen) One shilling and sixpenny ... 12 8 45 Volumes SVrss? 2O/-. Value £5 2 6 .. The most wonderful offer of cheap reading ever made. At a meeting held recently in Sydney it was stated that country people had 'great difficulty in obtaining good Literature, but difficulty in obtaining books should not exist. Cole's Book Arcade can Rupply books to any postnl .address in the Commonwealth. If you want Catalogues we will send these \'[ to you post free, or help you in any way to obtain suitable Literature E. W. COLE is the largest Bookseller in the Commonwealth, and is in a ' ' position to offer you GENUINE BOOK BARGAINS. The 20/- Bargain Parcel iuall we claim for it, the moat wonderful oflcr of che...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAIRY. UP AGAINST THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

; 9ju^®&®®d] THE DAIRY. ®®§§§§i§®?-. t \ vtlP AGAINST THE DAIRYMAN. \ ':'.' The sins of the dairy farmer, us i vli'.wod through the eagle eye of a ; ..factory manager, were held up (rc | ports the N.Z. 'Farmer'), in grnphh! . i 'colours in a paper read at the Na j tional Dairy Conference at Paliners [4 ton North. The paper was a joint ' concoction of the N.Z. Factory Managers' Association, on whose lm half it was read by the popular secretary, Mr. ,T. Murray. The title of the paper was 'The Care and Working of Milk from the Cow to the Cheese Press.' The j;nper stated that one had only to go to the various grading ports to learn that there is gross carelessness, or a want of knowledge, in the care or working up of milk. It was known that milk taken from a healthy cow in clean surroundings, and worked up under the hest conditions, made one of the grandest Mods on earth ; on the other hand, if taken from an ? unhealthy cow, or milked with un clean hands, in filthy surroundings,...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

--------------------------------(---oooooooooooooo o ILlLL-lblti U!LLulia\JU ti\Mli3UOuU\3lLU -- g ARE GOOD SEWING MACHINES. § |; WIY? Because they are ^ 0 Easy to Understand Easy t© Operate $ -| Easy to Sell and Easy t© Biiy O f Therefore the name is appropriate— ' EEZEE,' -- | 1 ? g 1 ? ^ | | ? ! ? : ? ' I j- The above handsome five-drawer drophead in dark ^ X golden oak finish is supplied with a full set of latest. ^ O foot-adjusting attachments, all accessories, and a very # O completely illustrated book of instructions. ^ % Warranted for Ten Years from Date of Purchase. -- O Parts and Supplies always- on Hand. J O PRICE— packed, set up and crated, all ready for instant ♦ O use, delivered to any railway station or port in New ^ ^ South Wales ? ^® ^S. O O For full particulars write for Illustrated Booklet. ^ % Australian Mail Trading (Bnnpan!? ® | HAMILTON CHAMBERS, HAMILTON ST., SYDNEY. £

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMYARD. ROUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

[?] ROUP. 'l (By G. Bradshaw'.) Onuses.— Damp, cold, insufficient i 'dntilatjon, contagion. ^ Symptoms.— A': sticky discharge ,.,rj;om the eyes and nostrils, difficult ^ * tciithing, feverishness, and depres . 'rion As the disease progresses, all ',_S0e symptoms increase in severity; . nhe discharge ' thickens, becomes ? Vfrpnulve, aud collects iu cheesy ? lasses, blocking up the eys and nos £„ ^4.nr». x i.u uicuiuiu^ luuuuri'u, ema {ation is rapid. The bird is nearly /?hocked by the accumulation of thick roupy matter in the throat, and in 'nany cases dies from suffocation. ^ ! Treatment. — This must be in ac J , cordance with the condition of the ' * patient. No hard aud fast line can u ^ be laid down, and therefore, speci ^*flcs as advertised frequently fail to / accomplish the cure they are said io do. In the early stage of roup, £-enetit will be derived from holding the patient's head over steam im prcganted wi'th acetic or cartxllle oil; the eyes and nostrils should be frequent...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

FOR FEAR. (By- Airs. Charlotte Perkins Gilman.) For fear of prowling beasts at night They blocked the cave; Women and children hid from sight, Men scarce more brave. For fear of warrior's sword and spear They barred the gate; Women and children lived in fear, Men lived in hate. For fear oi criminals to-day We lock the door ; Women ar.d children still to say Hid evermore. Come out! Ye need no longer hide! What foar ye now? No wolf or lion waits outside — Only a cow. ' Come out ! The world approaches peace, War neafs its end; I No warrior watches your reloa.se — \ Only a friend. Come out ! The night of crime has fled— T-ay is begun: Here is no criminal to dread — Only your son ! The world, half yours, demands your care, Waken, and come! Make it a woman's world ; safe, fair, Garden and home! Ladies! Do your slioi/plne through . Mrs. Emily Turner of 'The Stock and Station Journal.'' and read her writings. They are so interesting.

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

RELIABLE FRUIT TREES— Plant Now Our trees are clean, healthy and vigorous ami guaranteed tuie to name. Apples, PiTsimiuoiiM, Nectarines, Cherries, -Ju'n;:es. Peaches, Tears, Apricots, Plums, all at 1/- each. 10/- per duz. Figs, 1/- each 9/-doz., (Snipes 6(1. each 4/- per iloz. .Vc. Special i) notes for larger quantities, also Ornamental Shade, Shelter and (''lowering Trees ami Shrubs. Hedge Plants, Roses, etc., etc. Everything in plants at lowest price for top quality. Catalogue gratis and post free. J. MILLIGAN & CO., 36 queen victoria markets — ESTABLISHED i883. ? ? — SYDNEY. — ? against CROP FAILURE is that 1 Wonderful Combination — GOOD | CULTIVATION and ? 1 '' '? 1 Read the RECORDS in our new pamphlet. I 279 GEORGE STREET, SYBHEY .1

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JELLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

JELLIES. (From the Art of Canning, Bottling, and Preserving Fruits, by Mm, Soi.hie Corrle.) Many housewives believe that their field of choice in regard to jelly making is limited to a few vnrleties of fruit. Experience proves that this supposition is based upon a misconception. 'Tis true, apples, quinces, black currants, red currants and gooseberries are admirably ad apted to jelly-making, but practice has proved that jelly can 'oe made from almost any Unit. As a matter of fact there are, iu the wide range of horticulture, only two or three exceptions to this rule. Of course good judgment must guide the jelly niaker in her attempts, and her own experience will soon demonstrate her what fruits most readily lend themselves to the successful treat ment. It will be as well, however, for her to avoid persimmon and mango, for In respect of these fruits failure will follow her efforts. The nearest approach to the jelly that can be made from persimmon or mango is a 'muddy' unj/resentable p...

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Producer's Home Journal — 27 July 1910

?THE... .. I \ i It's positively the best machine fa L J1 on the market. ' ^ I. ' J . With the ' SUN ' you get ttie g. i j ' maximum of satisfaction at the jw minimum of cost. ? -p _j_^ pj^) It secures the highest standard £- ^-'-orS of. lighting from the lowest con- 6o efl sumption of carbide. ?, £? ©fl Agents wanted t in Gy non-represented gA districts. oj- ? i It's absolutely safe. -p .. 1 It's simple in operation. -jo I It's durable in construction. ^ J For the most effective and up- £- f to-date lighting INSTAL THE g .1 'SUN.' . g 1 Write us for illustrated catalogue £ 1 of ' SUN ' Generators. h 1 I 21 BUCKLAMB ST. 0fMS81' SYBHE¥. g 1

Publication Title: Australian Producer's Home Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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